ALL LEFT SIDE OF THE BODY ISSUES ARE TO DO WITH SELF
LEFT KNEE = SPIRITUAL DIRECTION: Become more adaptable in your life. Relax more. Be able to bend in challenging situations.
SPRAINED LEFT ANKLE = SPIRITUAL SIDE: Stepping forward in life. To go forward, you need incentive.
ACHILLES LEFT: Must move forward with respect for yourself.
LEFT FOOT: difficulty in finding the means to go forward in life.
LEFT ARMS: Taking control of your emotions in your personal life.
LEFT SHOULDER: Guilt is stopping you from being responsible to understand yourself, so that you can just be yourself.
LEFT THUMB: be flexible when learning you are. You are your only block.
LEFT FIRST FINGER: need to becoming organized with your direction.
LEFT SECOND FINGER: need more common sense
LEFT THIRD FINGER: Have belief in your own creativity
LEFT LITTLE FINGER: work on your ability to communicate. You grow from doing for self to help others.
LEFT SIDE CRAMP: guilty thoughts of what you have done or have not done.
ALL RIGHT SIDE OF THE BODY ISSUES ARE OUTSIDE OF SELF
RIGHT KNEE = PHYSICAL DIRECTION: Learning from everything you do. Be proactive in taking responsibility in life. Read more and upskill.
RIGHT STRAINED ANKLE: PHYSICAL SIDE: Visualise the reality of your direction. Need to grow confidence.
ACHILLES RIGHT: You need to be an example to show others.
RIGHT FOOT: build your solid foundation in your own life before moving forward
RIGHT ARMS: Taking control of your physical load making sure you are not overworked.
RIGHT SHOULDER: Guilt is causing you to not take responsibility to bring gains for yourself, from whatever you do.
RIGHT THUMB: Be flexible and creative. Make sure of your own needs first.
RIGHT FIRST FINGER: Need to be directed to grasp what you want.
RIGHT SECOND FINGER: Need for doing things with positivity is sensible.
RIGHT THIRD FINGER: Doing things for others, without expecting in return.
RIGHT LITTLE FINGER: : Work on your ability to communicate positively. Have more self-awareness).
RIGHT SIDE CRAMP: Guilty thoughts of what you have not done.
By: Maxine Wauchope